Idinvest Partners Names Steil As Senior Legal Advisor

May 4 2017 | 7:42pm ET

European private equity manager Idinvest Partners has named former Jones Day executive Caroline Steil as a senior legal advisor. 

Steil advises clients on the incorporation, approval, and monitoring of management companies as well as investment service providers in connection with their activities and their relationships with the French financial markets authorities AMF and ACPR, the company said in a statement. Her practice extends to the legal and tax structuring alternative investment funds, auditing funds on behalf of potential investors, and negotiating with French and foreign LPs and GPs with respect to the documentation of the funds, the carried interest of the management team, and secondary activity. 

Before joining Idinvest, Steil practiced at Jones Day as a senior associate in the fund formation department. Before joining Jones Day, she worked at several French and international law firms and did a six-month assignment with the AMF.

Based in Paris, Idinvest Partners is a leading pan-European private equity firm focused on the mid-market segment. The firm has several areas of expertise including investments in European start-ups, primary, secondary and mezzanine investments in unlisted European companies, and private equity consulting.

Founded under the name AGF Private Equity in 1997, the company was formerly part of Allianz until 2010 when it joined forces with IDI as an independent firm. Assets under management total €8 billion.

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